11/17 Grosvenor Street Brighton
Mid-Century Townhouse by the Bay
The Golden Mile beachfront is at one end of the street, the schools and Church St are at the other, and blue-chip Brighton's most surprising townhouse is right here! Fronting a garden-centred group of mid-Century apartments, this unique two-storey home rises up beyond its own private courtyard to offer expansive three bedroom, 1.5 bathroom accommodation, a classic renovation and grand original proportions.
Built in solid-brick style to the scale of a grander era, this lofty townhouse has room to lounge beside a stone-surround fireplace, space to dine beside a stylish European appliance kitchen and a spot to fit a study nook in a soaring window-walled stair-lobby.
Styled with stone benchtops, solid hardwood floors and fans and robes for most of the over-size double bedroom, this distinctive mid-Century townhouse is even uniquely well-appointed with a huge well-fitted laundry-utility room, ducted heating plus reverse-cycle air-conditioning, and video intercom to each level.
With a secure garage to the rear, established gardens all around and the beach, Brighton Baths gym and bike-tracks close, this unique townhouse is like nothing you've ever seen ....with the space, style and lifestyle you thought you'd never find!
Julian Augustini on 0418 558 408 or Romana Preston on 0401 066 909.
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Brighton suburb review Brighton is located on Port Phillip Bay 11 kilometres south of Melbourne’s CBD. One of Melbourne’s most exclusive suburbs, Brighton is home to a number of celebrities and prominent individuals. Brighton’s demographic has traditionally consisted of middle-aged and older couples with children, along with older single residents. In more recent times, younger families have started populating the area. As of the 2011 census, Brighton had a population of just over 21,000. The suburb offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle …
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